Real Madrid won’t be allowing any fans to attend their matches at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano this season, even if supporters are permitted to attend by the authorities.
Los Blancos are playing at the stadium, which is situated within their Valdebebas training base, in order to allow redevelopment works on the Santiago Bernabeu to continue.
Due to the drop off in coronavirus cases and deaths across Spain, it’s been suggested that fans could be allowed to fill part of the stadiums before the season is up.
However, Real Madrid aren’t thinking about letting supporters attend their matches until they move back to the Bernabeu in either September or October.
So, even if stadiums like the Camp Nou and the Wanda Metropolitano were to be 30 percent full, for example, before the end of the campaign, the Di Stefano will remain empty.
The government will have the final say over whether people are allowed inside stadiums and how many.